Kilmac Group

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Civil engineering and groundworks contractor Kilmac has recently taken delivery of three new 8.5-tonne HX85A compact excavators.

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Staff at Scottish civil engineering contractor Kilmac are rallying round to support the latest phase of a major fundraising campaign which could help save the sight of a colleague’s daughter and the Scottish building industry is being invited to help the cause. Dundee-based Kilmac construction

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Kilmac has announced two new director positions within the company. Both Iain Wilson and Michael Bannon have stepped up to the position of commercial director.

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Residents of a Perth care home enjoyed some early Christmas cheer as a new walkway was unveiled.  Tayside civil engineering contractor Kilmac designed, installed and donated the facility at Viewlands House, which is part of the UK-wide Abbeyfield charity. 

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Kilmac has been awarded a contract for the design, supply, delivery and installation of the bulk excavation, foundations and drainage works at Phase 4 of James Hutton Institute International Barley Hub & Advanced Plant Growth Centre building following the successful delivery of the pre

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Kilmac is to continue its relationship with Tayside Contracts after being awarded the groundworks package for an active travel project on behalf of Dundee City Council. The 23-week contract will see Kilmac install footpaths and cycle routes along the coastal route from Broughty Ferry to Mo

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Kilmac has been awarded the groundworks package for the new Eden Campus external yard in St Andrews. Working with Robertson Construction Tayside, Kilmac will undertake works including kerbing, main slab works, surface and foul water drainage, combined water drainage and an interceptor tank.

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Civil engineering company Kilmac has struck the right note with a range of community sponsorships across Tayside in recent years. Now the Dundee-based firm is supporting Perth’s 'Craigie Hillfest', which returns on September 10 after being forced to pull the plug during the pandemic.

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Tayside-based civil engineering contracting company Kilmac Limited is adopting an employee ownership model – guaranteeing the future of 130 jobs. Kilmac Limited is being placed in an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT) by its founders Athole McDonald and Richard Kilcullen, 18 years after its incept

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